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announcer: now on wisn 12 news. >> we do not expect this kind of chaos every single day, day in d players in lake park. hear from both sides as they make their case to city leaders. renewed concerns about understaffing at the tomah v.a. hospital. the latest incident that has senator ron johnson demanding an independent investigation. first to commitment 2016. , hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail later this week. joyce: she is at home recovering from pneumonia, as the current president weighs in on the race. abc's kenneth moton has the latest.
surrogate. >> hello, philly. >> president obama hit the campaign trail at a critical point in the race. hillary clinton recovering at home from pneumonia, under scrutiny for more questions about transparency. >> what's sets hillary clinton apart is that through it all she keeps going, and she doesn't stop caring, she doesn't stop trying. >> the president in battleground pennsylvania taking on donald trump in philadelphia. >> this guy who spent 70 years for working people. this guy is going to be your champion? >> eight weeks before election day and trump was in a new york , city polling site on primary day. but not to vote since only democrats were on the ballot. >> i just wanted to thank the workers. they are great people. and i said be ready for november eight. we are going to have a good victory. >> later in the day, trump was
again, hitting clinton for calling half of his supporters a basket full of deplorables. >> my opponent slanders you as deplorable and irredeemable, i call you hard working american patriots. >> and a day after wishing clinton well, trump's campaign is now attacking her for failing to disclose her pneumonia diagnosis sooner. trump campaign manager kellyanne conway on cnn. >> there are two major party candidates running for president and only one of them has pneumonia and light about it. >> clinton has said she didn't think having pneumonia was that big of a deal. both campaigns say they are preparing to release more detailed medical records on the candidat washington. joyce: as we have been reporting trump's campaign has criticized , clinton for not revealing her pneumonia diagnosis for a few days. trump says he plans to talk more about his health during an appearance with doctor oz this week. that show is scheduled to air thursday. you'll see it at 11:00 a.m. here on wisn 12. kathy: showers today before starting to dry out. meteorologist lindsey slater, is
see the cooler air. -- just about gone. you see the cooler air. right now, 64 degrees. getting into the 40's and minnesota. i don't expect that for a while. the cold front is filtering in cooler air right now. tomorrow morning, you see those clouds near the 7:00 a.m. bar? take a look at your screen. that's my note for fog. there may be some patchy fog early tomorrow morning, especially low-lying areas. you might need to set the alarm early. the kids should have their sweaters with them in the morning. by the afternoon, cool near 67.
your t.v. with the wisn 12 news mobile app. download the free app to access interactive radar and the latest videocast from our weather watch 12 team. >> we do not expect this kind of chaos day everyday single day day in and day. ,joyce: pokemon go, going too far? the milwaukee county board got an earful from those for and against the popularity of the game in lake park. wisn 12 news' tim elliott has more on both sides of the debate. >> lake park is by far the most popular place to play pokemon go some residents say that's a good thing, but other residents in this area aren't took happy about it. >> we do not expect this kind of chaos every single day, day in and day out. >> residents sounding off on pok?mon go. >> somebody is going to get killed. >> kelly schmidt and her family live across from the park. she's says the overcrowding is getting out of hand. >> the park is for people who play pok?mon go.
appeared that is who it's for not for anyone else. ,>> but others say the game has had a positive impact. >> and this game has been a god send for many people who need the exercise and who want to get out and enjoy the park systems . -- park systems. >> i just don't really see the problem is as really great as the neighbors would have you believe. >> the county says they've reached out to the game's developer, niantic labs, for help managing the game. so far, no response. for supervisor sheldon wasserman,t' enough. >> they are using our parks. they are using individuals to have fun and make money at our expense. >> still, some residents believe a compromise is within reach. >> there is a solution. we can coexist. in milwaukee, tim elliott wisn , 12 news. joyce: the county attorney's office says playing pokemon go at county parks is not a violation of any ordinances. however, pokemon players have been cited this summer for certain violations like staying past closing time.
be backing off its pay to park proposal at the lakefront. patrick is here with a closer look. patrick: joyce, the parks director told supervisors they were looking for ways to close a budget gap without cutting services and that meters along , lincoln memorial drive had been talked about, but that the county executive has heard loud and clear from residents that there are concerns with that plan. the parks director says no decisions have been made and they are still considering additional proposals. kathy: happening now, the search is on for suspects in a home invasion in brookfield. police put out a sketch of one of three men they're looking for the home invasion happened last friday on baythorn way near barker and greenfield. police say a woman came out of her bathroom to find three men in her home. the men got away with some jewelry and a $100 savings bond. police say the man in the sketch is 35 to 40-years-old with an african-french accent. they only have a vague description of a second suspect. and no description at all of the third suspect.
country are teaming up in an unprecedented effort to fight the opioid epidemic. >> i took my first handful of pills and that's when all of my priorities seemed to change. joyce: the nationwide campaign will use television and radio resources to help combat heroin and prescription drug abuse, encourage treatment, and increase awareness of the growing crisis. that includes public service announcements like this one, special reports and town hall , meetings. >> beyond just the news stories of reporting some of the tragedies, we need to be proactive. we need to do things that help educate our communities about this important initiative and fight it. joyce: the psas will air on t.v. and radio stations over the next 18 months. wisn's parent company, hearst television, is one of the leaders of this effort. kathy: senator ron johnson wants the department of veterans affairs to investigate the tomah v.a. medical center. johnson called for the independent investigation after getting whistle-blower reports about understaffing at the facility. in letters to the secretary and inspector general of veteran affairs, johnson referenced a
29-year-old brian rossell's mother says her son was denied when he went to the facility in june seeking mental health care. >> the most important part here initially is that to make sure everyone understands the facts. once those come to light, that may be reevaluated. we need an independent investigation by the office of the inspector general. that is required. we have to have that. kathy: family of a marine who died at the tomah v.a. clinic in 2014 filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the federal government. limits on concealed carry class sizes are no longer enforced in wisconsin. in 2013, the department of justice set a maximum student to instructor ratio of 50 to one. a gun rights group later sued and court documents show an agreement was reached repealing the rules which have not been enforced since back in october.
get a snapshot of where things stand at schools across wisconsin. superintendent tony evers will deliver his annual state of education speech on thursday in madison. no specifics about what he may focus on in the speech. for the sixth year in a row, princeton holds the top spot in the list of best universities in the country. u.s. news and world report released its annual best colleges rankings today. the magazine looks at academic excellence, graduation rates and class size among a number of other factors. a wisconsin university found itself prett for a second year in a row. u.w. madison was ranked the tenth best public university in the country and 44th overall. kathy: let's get to patrick now for a look ahead at what's happening in your community. patrick: kathy, the bmo harris bradley center is hiring. a job fair will be held later this week. the're looking for seasonal workers. part-time positions are available in security, guest services, ticket services and event operations. the job fair is happening this
the bmo harris bradley center. more seasonal work. this one has a halloween theme. the hill has eyes is hiring. actors can apply for the haunted house tomorrow between 3:30 a.m. and 7:00 at the rock complex in franklin. jobs include actors, makeup artists, security and guest services. and tomorrow, there's a public memorial service to honor the life of prominent milwaukee broadcaster eric von. von died thursday of an apparent heart attack. he was 58 years old. the service is scheduled 3:00 until 7:00 at marquette's alumni memorial union. von worked at wuwm and wmcs 1290 radio, and on milwaukee public television. for a time, he appeared on wisn 12 news as a contributor. joyce: he will be missed. toya: absolutely. talk about a day to remember. joyce: what forced a bride to hitchhike on her wedding day, and who came to her rescue? kathy: plus, tesla may be the hot thing in electric cars. the new competitor that says it
joyce: a maryland school bus driver jumps into action after a fire breaks out with 20 children on board. she scrambled to get everyone off the bus, even returning to double check everyone made it out o.k. she says, looking back at the video, it's incredible no one was hurt. it's still not clear what caused the fire. team u.s.a.'s health records stolen. kathy: the world anti-doping agency confirmed today its data base was hacked. it said a russian cyber espionage group leaked info on four american athletes on its website. simone biles, elena delle donne, serena and venus williams. joyce: security is about to be stepped up at arlington national cemetery. beginning in november, anyone entering will have to go through security screening. all drivers entering will have to show i.d. and pedestrians will only be allowed to enter at set access points. >> as stewards of these hallowed grounds we need to be protecting , the cemetery and those who visit it. joyce: the decision to tighten security at the virginia
attacks, including the shooting rampage last year that killed four marines at two military centers in chattanooga, tennessee. toya: here's a case where the early bird catches the bug. apple users who were quick to download the latest software today ended up with a major bug that left devices temporarily useless. anyone who got the failed update had to plug their phones or tablets into their computers to restore the system. the issue has been resolved. joyce: service is about to begin selling its own ads. the wall-street journal reports the parent company to ad-block plus is teaming up with an ad tech firm to sell ads through its acceptable ads platform. that essentially means the ads must meet the company's own criteria of size and placement. the company says the goal is not to remove all ads from your browser, instead replacing them with less intrusive ads. toya: g.m. is boasting its new
less. the company says the chevy bolt can go 238 miles on a charge, 23 miles more than tesla has pledged for its upcoming model three. the bolt will be out later this year going for $37,000. , with federal tax incentives the price should go down to the price should go down to, around $30,000. joyce: now let's get a look at what has people talking online. patrick is in the newsroom with your trending news. patrick: you can plan for all kinds of scenarios for your wedding day but this? , the bride's limo broke down on the way to the ceremony in new hampshire. bridesmaids, and family were in the limo when it suddenly pulled over. it turns out that they had a flat tire. finally, a man named stopped and gave them a ride. he drove them several miles to the wedding. the bride and her bridal party arrived 30 minutes late. the bride and groom are now on their honeymoon. a farm in oregon is setting the internet on fire. people are signing up in droves to take part in this. it's called goat yoga. yes, that is yoga with goats.
provide a welcome distraction for yoga enthusiasts. after a month in operation, there's a waiting list of more than 500 people. we are not done with animals just yet. from goats to felines, a london subway station is being invaded by cats. it's part of a crowdfunded campaign to replace all ads with pictures of kitties. since the campaign began monday, the effort has raised more than $26,000 to make 68 ads disappear. in their place are photos of stray cats from two local animal rescues. the group behind the campaign says the goal is to make people think about what's really valuable in their life and that , it's likely something you can't buy. they are hoping the publicity will spur some adoptions as well. joyce: that would be great. thank you, patrick. in sports, which teams moved up
poll? kathy: plus, the packers prepare to face the team that ended their run of four straight division titles. stephanie sutton has our exclusive one-on with randall -one cobb. joyce: and, a top basketball recruit makes his college choice . who put on the marquette hat this afternoon? dan needles is in next with big 12 sports. here are tonight's winning lottery numbers. you're watching wisn 12 news. when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee.
now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee. panera. food as it should be. announcer: big 12 sports presented by menards. dan: quite a weekend for packers offensive tackle david bakhtiari. saturday afternoon, he was placed on the injury report, questionable with a back injury. later that night, he signed a contract extension worth more than $51 million. the next day, he played and helped the packers beat the jaguars. now they head to minnesota sunday. 12 sports stephanie sutton has our exclusive one-on-one with packers receiver randall cobb.
sunday will be the first time you guys will play in the vikings new stadium. would you know about u.s. bank stadium and are you looking forward to playing in that new venue? >> i have no clue what to expect. i expected to be loud for the first game there with them. it is always a great game between us and the vikings. the atmosphere is always great, but definitely the first game in a new stadium, look forward to playing that. stephanie: you are that has to be different. >> definitely a change up for us. after playing in that old stadium and going to the university minnesota in the new stadium, it would deftly be a change of atmosphere, so we will be looking forward to that opportunity. stephanie: i saw how well the vikings defense played against the titans be what concerns you most about the vikings defense? >> we play them twice a year. we know what they're going to do. we know what we are going to do.
they have the same team as last year, a lot of the same players defensively, some big hitters, very strong. i think they let the weak and turnovers last year. it will be very important keep control of the ball. stephanie: what would it mean to get the first division win of the season so early in the year? >> we are always talking about division wins being the most important, so eating that early would be huge. we look forward to the about this game. dan: thank you, steph. marquette has added a big man for next season. six-foot-nine forward theo john from champlin park, minnesota announced this afternoon that he will play for the golden eagles, choosing marquette over his hometown minnesota golden gophers. >> yesterday's win marquette popped in my head and i said this is where a need to be, so i thought marquette was a better
dan: and, not much movement in the new operation football poll, although homestead jumps ahead of greendale into second behind catholic memorial. brookfield central, marquette, and oconomowoc round out the first six. arrowhead moves back into the poll at 11 after beating waukesha west, knocking the wolverines out. waukesha north is seventh, followed by pewaukee, oak creek, and wilmot. whitefish bay rounds out the top 12. we are already on week five. kathy: no. dan: nine weeks in the regular season. joyce: lightning. kathy: a final look at our forecast is coming up. joyce: coming up next, "jimmy
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